Saddest story ever told: “For sale: Baby Shoes. Never used.”
Second saddest story (potentially) ever told: Brandon Weeden decides to move on with his life and doesn’t play for OSU in 2010.
It could happen.
Word around the campfire is that Weeden, who is 26 and married, might be ready to open that insurance agency in Stillwater. Or just get a real job.
The story goes that, before the season, Weeden asked Gundy where he stood in the quarterback depth chart. Am I the back-up? Or am I the No. 3 guy? Because I’m approaching my late twenties and I’m married and I’m not going to stick around here to be the back-up to the back-up.
Gundy wouldn’t give him an answer. A shouting match ensued. And they’ve been at odds ever since.
Apparantly, Gundy doesn’t like the way Weeden practices. Or maybe he just doesn’t like Weeden as a person.
Regardless, if Weeden doesn’t return to quarterback the Cowboys next fall, Gundy will be screwed like a warden in a women’s prison with a pocket full of pardons.
Alex Cate? Please. Clint Chelf? Maybe. Johnny Deaton? If he takes a shower. The kid looks really unkept.